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2011 Scholarship and Award Winners

John Malonson

BDPA Los Angeles chapter had a remarkable year of success and accomplishment in 2011.   The chapter is the largest in the West Region with aspirations of becoming the largest chapter in the nation.  The chapter also taught 30+ middle- and high school students in a summer computer camp with a number of those students competing in regional and national computer competitions.

BDPA Los Angeles chapter president John Malonson shared his pride and appreciation for the members, sponsors, students and volunteers that contributed to the chapter's success during the Annual Awards Banquet held last month.   Here is a list of the scholarship and award winners:

 
OUTSTANDING DIVERSITY PARTNER AWARD
  Southern California Gas Company
  Raytheon Black Employees Network

OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY PARTNER
  Dr. Antonia Boadi (CSU Dominguez Hills)

OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP AWARD
  Honorable Micah Ali (Board of Trustees
  Compton Unified School District)

PROLIFIC PRESENTER
  Michael Jenkins-Brown (Raytheon)

VOLUNTEER EXCELLENCE
  Beverly Allen (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
  Temitope Sonuyi (Duffled)

OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR
  Frank Lozier (Principal, Laurel Street Elementary School)

BRANDON GARDNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
  Trayer Harvery (California Academy of Math & Science)
  Pooja Chebolu (California Academy of Math & Science)
  Raymond Jackson (California Academy of Math & Science)
  M. Daniel-Robinson (Palms Middle School)

Read the message that John shared earlier this month with his chapter membership. We also hope that you will help the chapter raise funds for the Brandon Gardner Memorial Scholarship Fund .

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